To be good at things

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Definition

I am good at (cooking!): I am talented, skilled at (cooking!)
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You'd better be good!: I hope you are talented (if not, there will be trouble)!
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Examples

  • "You're not going to conform to my narrow vision of what a Scottish person is, so why don't you tell me what you're good at?"
  • "You'd better be good though, if not, our expert judge is likely to say: 'Don't Give Up Your Day Job'!"
  • "They're good at things that don't involve the delicate art of seduction."

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